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June 2014
Education and Resources
IDSA to Launch New Mentorship Program at IDWeek 2014

IDSA is launching the IDWeek 2014 Mentorship Program to create an opportunity for medical students, residents, and fellows enrolled in U.S. programs to closely interact with leaders in their respective areas of investigation or career interest. The ultimate goal is to foster careers in ID. The program committee is seeking mentees and mentors to participate in this exciting new program.

Participants will attend a Mentorship Program lunch on October 8 at IDWeek, will attend at least one IDWeek session with their mentor or mentee, and will participate together in networking opportunities during the meeting. To learn more about the IDWeek Mentorship program and apply to become a mentor or a mentee, please visit the IDWeek site.




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